Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Head Scarves and a GIVEAWAY!!

Hi All,
Tidying my bedroom ready for my photo shoot on Monday! I realised how many headscarves I have and how versatile they are for trending up an outfit, there are loads of different styles to do, so Ive pictured a few of my faves!

The original, fold your scarf into a long triangle and wrap around to front, finish with a bow!

50s Style, start with the point of triangle at the front of your head, bring around the tails and tie in a bow, tuck ends in.
70s Style, best to use a long rectangle scarf for this one, wrap around head but pull the ends to the side and knot.
The big bow, take a square scarf, fold to a triangle and roll it up, wrap it round your head and tie on a diagonal.
The Audrey Hepburn, make a square scarf into a triangle, loosely, drape it over your head and around your neck, team it with 50s style sunnys!

Gypsy / Hippie, make a rectangle out of your scarf and wrap around your forehead, tie in a small bow at the side.
Hope you get some inspiration out of my pics!
Now for some really exciting news....I'm doing my first ever GIVEAWAY!  Every fashionista needs a headscarf, red lipstick and a black eyeliner in their collection. These are key items to give your outfit a kick. I'm giving 2 lucky people the chance to win a vintage headscarf bought in London, a Rimmel black eyeliner and of course a red lipstick from the Kate Moss range.
All you have to do is....
1. Follow this blog
2. Leave a comment on which of my headscarves style you like the best and why.

That's it! Easy!  
One comment per person
If you are 16 years and under ask your parents
Winner will be picked randomly on the 1st January and announced on here.
Good luck!
Until next time
Izzyy xx





  1. These arre gorgeous! You are too cute. Good luck with your blog xx

  2. Aw, you look adorable in all of them! I like the 70s style best though, it's so boho!

  3. awww my little izzy love the 70s style best because its grate for festivals xx

  4. I do love the 50's style. I've never had the guts to try it out though. It looks fantastically vintage with curls framing the face. And of course that gorgeous floral and blue scarf can't hurt either :)

  5. Definitely the Audrey Hepburn! (I may be biased though because I just love her style completely!). Love the sunglasses too!

    This is such a good post for costume and fancy dress parties; such a simple way to create a look.

    I can't believe how into fashion you are considering you're age! Way to go for being original!; I blended at your age.

    P.s. I love your background!

    Naomi xxx